Question

If the angles of triangle are in the ratio 1:1:4 then ratio of the perimeter of triangle to its largest side

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Hint:

### The **law of sines** says that the ratio of the sine of one angle to the opposite side is the same ratio for all three angles.

## The correct answer is:

If the angles of triangle are in the ratio 1:1:4 .

If a triangle has sides a, b, and c, then the perimeter of that triangle will be P = a + b + c

According to question,

Ratio of the perimeter of triangle to its largest side..

If a triangle has sides a, b, and c, then the perimeter of that triangle will be P = a + b + c

According to question,

Ratio of the perimeter of triangle to its largest side..

if a triangle has sides a, b, and c, then the perimeter of that triangle will be P = a + b + c .

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